Darom Natural Gas
Construction, maintenance and distribution of natural gas
Underground pipelines in the south region
About Darom Natural Gas
Darom natural gas has a license issued by the Ministry of National Infrastructure, Energy and Water in 2012 for the construction, maintenance and distribution of natural gas via underground pipes in southern Israel for a period of 25 years.
The natural gas passes through an underground pipe from the natural gas reserves in the Mediterranean to the Ashdod Reception Facility, where the gas is cleaned, filtered, and sent to the distribution company, Israel Natural Gas Lines (INGL).
INGL transmits the gas at a high pressure (55–80 BAR) to pressure reduction and counting facilities (PRMS). From these facilities, the gas passes to the distribution company facilities at a low pressure of 16 BAR. It finally arrives at the company’s consumer facility, where it is used in production, heating, power and other processes.